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How do you tell what Wordpress theme a site is using?

kurt
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How do you tell what Wordpress theme a site is using?

How do I find out what Wordpress theme a site is using and where can I get the same theme? I know it sometimes tells the name of the theme at the bottom of the page, but it doesn't always.
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maryt
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Hi Kurt,

You can find this at the site's page source. Just right-click the mouse, then view page source. Find the css file name to look for the name of the WP theme. Once you have the theme name, you can search Google for websites that sell/provide the same theme.

Mary
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umstrategies
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There's a free tool called What WordPress That Is That which will automatically detect all the WordPress theme details a site uses as well as detecting what WordPress plugins are being used.
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mrlawson
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umstrategies wrote:There's a free tool called What WordPress That Is That which will automatically detect all the WordPress theme details a site uses as well as detecting what WordPress plugins are being used.


Wow, that is so unreal. I had no idea such a website existed. I'm definitely going to be using that next time I'm looking for themes. It will also be very interesting to see what plugins my competitors are using. Thanks so much for letting everyone know :)
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